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ARTISAN 




IN APPRECIATION 




OUR CLASS ADVISORS, 
MRS. GAZZANIGA, MR. CANEDY, MRS. LESS, 
WERE ALWAYS READY TO GIVE US THEIR ENCOURAGEMENT AND ADVICE. 
DESPITE THE MANY FRUSTRATIONS WE GAVE THEM, 
THEY CHEERFULLY AND WILLINGLY HELPED US IN OUR CLASS ENDEAVORS. 
THE CLASS OF 1972 THANKS THEM. 




'Frosty' wins Orr prize 

"Frosty the Snowman," won the 
Harry S. Orr award as the outstanding 
float in the 1971 Fail Foliage Festival 
Parade. 

The float, the work of McCann School 
students, consisted of a mechanized 
snowman which rotated and waved to 
the parade spectators. A female skater 
was attached to "Frosty," and her feet 
moved. 

In addition to winning the award as 
the outstanding float in the parade, 
"Frosty" won the youth division, the 
only division in which there was com- 
petition. 




MR. JAMES R. WEST ALL 
SUPERENTENDENT-DIRECTOR ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 

MR. PETER P. CARDILLO 
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR 



Pupil Personnel Services 




Mrs. Marilyn Cantelon - Counselor 
Mr. Howard Brookner - Director 
Mr. John Grant - Counselor 





Mr. Donald Blanchette 
Skill Development 
Program-Coordinator 




Mr. Edmond Brazeau Mr. David Britch Mr. Lewis Canedy 

Metal Fabrication-Related Automotive- Shop Mathematics 




Mr. Peter Cantoni Mr. Gerard Choquette 

Food Service-Shop Plant Maintenance-Related 




Mr. Isaac Crawford 
Food Service-Coordinator 



Mr. Frank Cichowski 
Mathematics 



Mr. Robert Colby 
Reading 




Mrs. Alice Cuddeback 
Beauty Culture-Shop 




Mr. Clifford Dickinson Mrs. Antonette Gazzaniga 
Electricity-Related English-Art 



Mrs. Ardis Gilbert 
Mathematics 





Miss Anne Ouellette 
Office Occupations 




Mr. Edward Pyra Mr. Stanley Ramocki Mr. Gary Rivers 

Machine Technology- Shop Machine Technology- Shop Physical Education- 

Physiology and Health 



LIBRARY 




Mrs. Angela Mullen 




CLERICAL STAFF 



Mrs. Dorothy Gentile 
Mrs. Catherine Pratt 
Mrs. Jean Haggerty 




Mrs. Lorraine Horton 
Mrs. Ruth Waterhouse 
Mrs. Dorothy Hamlin 
Mrs. Ellen Leitch 




SENIORS 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




President . . . Dennis Dostie 
Vice President . . . Fred Brewer 
Secretary . . . Donna Isherwood 
Treasurer . . . Bruce Belanger 




CLASS OF 72' 

SOUTH ADAMS SAVINGS BANK 




MENTY'S 



ELECTRONIC & APPLIANCE CENTER 




RICHARD P. BONA 
Machine Technology 




NAN & PHIL'S FURNITURE 




MICHAEL C. BRAGDON RICHARD J . BRAYMAN PETER M. BRAZEAU 

Tool and Machine Design Machine Technology Electricity 




RONALD J. BRODALSKI DEBRAJ. BRULE 

Tool and Machine Design Technical Office 

Occupations 



TEO'S RESTAURANT 




RONALD S . BRYANT LAWRENCE J . BURDICK WILLIAM J . CARDINAL 

Distributive Education Automotive Plant Maintenance 




DAVID N . CHARON ANTHONY M. CORSI RICHARD J . CYRULIK 

Plant Maintenance Electronics Automotive 



DORAN ASSOCIATES, INC. 



Picture 
Not 
Available 




ALDEN S. DANIELS DANIEL E. DARLING DONNA M. DEAN 

Electronics Food Service Technical Office 

Occupations 




PETER DICKINSON DENNIS S. DOSTIE ROBERT A. DOW 

Metal Fabrication Electronics Food Service 



SUNNYSIDE RESTAURANT 




CHARLES I. FOIST 
Automotive 



MICHAEL J . GALLESE 
Distributive Education 



EDWARD J . CULLEN 



MICHAEL J. GAUDETTE 
Electronics 



MICHELLE A. GENTES 
Beauty Culture 



JOHN L. GORMAN 

Machine Technology 




BOSTON FISH MARKET 




FLYNN & DA GNOLI- MONT A GN A 
HOME for FUNERALS 




MICHAEL P. LAIRD WILLIAM E. LAPINE GERALD P. LEMOINE * 

Electricity Electricity Tool & Machine Design 




ELIZABETH J. LEPAGE DONALD A . LESURE RALPH J . LESURE 

Food Service Metal Fabrication Electricity 



Mckinley square pharmacy 





BEVERLY M. LOUISON 
Technical Office 
Occupations 



CARY M. MARONI 

Tool and Machine Design 



Picture 



Available 



CHRISTINE A. MARTIN 
Technical Office 
Occupations 




THOMAS M. MARTIN 
Automotive 



JAMES R. MILLIS, JR. 
Metal Fabrication 



MENTY'S ELECTRONIC & APPLIANCE CENTER 




MARK R. REMILLARD MICHAEL N. RONDEAU KENNETH W. RYSZ 

Technical Office Electronics Electricity 

Occupations 



NINI'S NEWS 



SIMPLY 



MOD 




Picture 
Not 
Available 



MARK C. SANTELLI STEVEN E. SHEARS KEITH J. SHEPLEY 

Metal Fabrication Technical Office Metal Fabrication 

Occupations 




RONALD F. SKORUPSKI JAMES R. SLATER PAUL SNYDER 

Electricity Electricity Plant Maintenance 



RAY & ED'S MARKET 



HELEN'S YARN SHOP 




ALLAN A . TETREAULT WAYNE A. TOWER 

Electricity Metal Fabrication 



ALBERT'S HARDWARE 



REEVES 



& 



STOJDA INSURANCE AGENCY 




MENTY'S ELECTRONIC & APPLIANCE CENTER 



CLASS OF 1973 




Carol Valotta - Treasurer 
Brian Cahoon - President 

ROBERTS CO . 




NICKLIEN'S JEWELERS 




THE BERKSHIRE GAS COMPANY 




JT BUS COMPANY 



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BEAUTY 
CULTURE 




FIRST AGRICULTURAL NATIONAL BANK 






NORTH ADAMS HOOSAC SAVINGS BANK 




DE FALCO INSURANCE AGENCY 




BERKSHIRE BANK & TRUST COMPANY 



MACHINE 
TECHNOLOGY 




BRAYTONVILLE GARAGE 




ARNOLD PRINT WORKS, INC. 




ADAMS SPECIALTY & PRINTING CO. 



TECHNICAL OFFICE 
OCCUPATIONS 




JIMMY DEAN'S ARCO SERVICEC ENTER 



TOOL & MACHINE 

DESIGN V^** 




THOMPSON & LINSCOTT INSURANCE AGENCY 




ACTIVITIES 



ARTISAN 




SEATED: B. Louison, D. Dean, D. Dostie, D. Spooner, B. LePage, C. Spencer, C. Martin 
STANDING: D. Isherwood, D. Brule , S. Shears, B. Jozefiak, A. Lussier, R. Morin, T. Moran 



TRADEWINDS 




SEATED: D. Choquette, D. Dostie, D. Brule , C. Dean, C. Clairmont, G. Lemoine 
STANDING: D. Allard, M. Choquette, D. Brule", J. Holmes, M. Bragdon, D. Gregory, M. Gaudette, P. 
Brazeau, R. Zieba, A. Corsi, T. Moran 



DYNAMICS MUSIC STUDIO 



THE SHOE MART 



STUDENT COUNCIL 




1st ROW: A. Lussier, K. Hanlon, C. Cunningham, C. Spencer, D. Isherwood, M. White, K.Burdick, M. 
Rondeau 

2nd ROW: J. Cooper, M. Mundy, R. Bryant, B. Columbus, P. Snyder, B. Belanger 
3rd ROW: D. Galipeau, M. Bragdon, M. Santelli, W. Hakes 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




SEATED: B. Cahoon, G. Denault, F. Brewer, R. Davis 

STANDING: A. Tetreault, M. Rondeau, C. Maroni, K. Shepley, P. Paciorek, R. Clairmont, L. Dupuis, D. 
Galipeau, T. Moran 

ROTOLO'S PIZZA HOUSE S&M SHEET METAL CO., INC. 



GLEE CLUB 




1st ROW: W. Reardon, D. Allard, D. Spooner, D. Gregory, D. Dean, C. Clairmont, R. Levesque, J. Rowland 
2ndROW: S. Moulton, C. Suprenant, B. Louison, D. Brule', B. LePage, D. Brule', K. St. Cyr, A. Lussier 
3rd ROW: T. Moran, C. Dean, M. Choquette, R. Morin, J. Holmes, S. Shears, B. Jozefiak, W. Timoney 



CHEERLEADERS 




D. Isherwood, B. LePage, C. Cunningham, B. Louison, C. Clairmont, M. White, D. Dean 



GEORGE M . HOPKINS CO. WILLIAMS CO-OP 



SPORTS 



FOOTBALL 




1st ROW: C. Maroni, R. Clairmont, D. Dostie, F. Brewer, R. Davis, W. Girard, R. Armstrong, M. Gaudette, J. 

Turcotte 

2ndROW: T. Langnickel, T . Wilk, M. Bragdon, P. Paciorek, R. Morris, J. Habel, R. Hazard, F. Gaetani, S. 

Mauk 

3rd ROW: M. Bullett, P. Tetreault, S. Hamlin, D. Cooper, J. Descoteau, A. Volpi, G. Wood, D. Darling 
4th ROW: Asst. Coach Ramocki, R. Morin, Head Coach Walden 



The 1972 football season was a time of transition 
and rebuilding for the Hornets. For the first time 
in many years, there was a new coaching staff - 
Mr. Walden took over duties as head coach, ably 
assisted by Mr. Ramocki. Many new faces joined 
the few veteran team members, and although Mc- 
Cann did not post any victories, the Hornets acquit- 
ted themselves well. Competing against schools 
often much larger than McCann, the Hornets played 
some impressive games, auguring well for future 
years. Nine seniors, including co-captains Fred 
Brewer and Cary Maroni will be lost through 
graduation. 




DISCOVERIES 



R. BISSAILLON AND SONS, INC. 



BASKETBALL 




WHITNEY'S BEVERAGE SHOP 



LOPRESTO'S SHOE STORE 




STOP & GO SERVICE STATION 



SCARAFONI FORD, INC. 




The 1972 McCann baseball season was not as reward- 
ing as all its fans had hoped it would be. Playing a 
fifteen-game schedule, the Hornets were plagued by 
bad weather, causing a late start and a tight sched- 
ule with little time off for rest. The highlights of 
the season were our win over Lenox High and the ex- 
tremely able pitching of Ted Meczywor and Doug 
Cooper . The Hornets will be without the services next 
year of Senior Tom Wilk and Junior Bob Clairmont. 




MODERN DAIRY, INC. 



BONA'S GARAGE 




MCDONALD'S 



ALDO'S PAINT & WALLPAPER, INC. 




GRADUATION 




M. FERRIS & SONS WHOLESALE 
PRODUCE 



JACK MULCARE MOTOR SUPPLY, INC. 




& /ARD JOHNSON'S RESTAURANT 



RAY FISCHLEIN'S MARKET 



HONORS AWARDS 
1972 





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P. 





Valedictorian . 
Salutatorian . . 



. Alfred Brewer 
Allan Tetreault 




McCann National Honor Society Award 
Gerald Walsh 



North Adams Garden Club Award 
Cary Maroni 



Clarksburg P.T.G. Awards 
Debra Brule 
Thomas Moran 



MVA Citizenship Awards 
Debra Brule' 
Lawrence Dupuis 



McNicol Memorial Award 
Alfred Brewer 



Max Bishop Memorial Award 
Beverly Louison 



Post #125--American Legion Awards 
Alfred Brewer 
Charles Foist 



Anonymous Friend Awards 
William Hakes 
Gerald Walsh 



American Legion Auxiliary Award 
Debra Brule' 



North Adams Police Association Award 
Cary Maroni 



Williamstown Rotary Club Award 
Alfred Brewer 



North Adams Kiwanis Club Award 
Charles Foist 



D.A.R. Citizenship Award 
Debra Brule' 



Mullen Mayflower Award 
Cary Maroni 



Petricca Construction Co. Award 
Cary Maroni 



Peebles Jewel Shop Award 
Debra Spooner 



McCann Float Committee Awards 
Donald Lesure 
Wayne Andreatta 
Michael Rondeau 

McCann Faculty Association Awards 
Charles Foist 
Michael Rondeau 
Lai Hung Yip 
Allan Tetreault 
Peter Paciorek 
Keith Shepley 



Adams Super Market Scholarship Awards 
Alfred Brewer 
Cary Maroni 

American Federation Technical Engineers' Award 
Gerald Lemoine 

D.A.R. History Medal 
Lawrence Dupuis 



VALEDICTORY ADDRESS 



We have come to that time of year when thousands of young men and women like us leave 
high school to begin life in the working world. Our FORMAL education has provided us with 
a map to help us make our way through life. Our teachers have acted as the mapmakers, 
using their own experience and knowledge to plot the twists and turns we are going to find 
along the way. Any attempt to disregard these warnings may bring us regret and tragedy. 

Most of us will say good-bye to formal education forever and go forth keyed up with sincere 
and honest aspirations. We have been told that anything we want we can get, if we want it 
strongly enough and are willing to work for it. Nothing is beyond the mental or physical 
limitations of the individual who has set his mind and heart upon the attainment of a goal. 
We must not only consider the attainment of the goal but also the means we will use to 
reach our objective. If we employ dishonest, selfish, or thoughtless means which will hurt 
other human beings, our efforts will be worthless. 

We also must face and solve many of the problems left over from the generations before us, 
problems such as war, pollution, prejudice, and unemployment. The previous generation 
has already started to solve many of these problems but we must continue to search for more 
solutions . We have been made aware of how fast science and technology have been growing and 
changing. To preserve mankind and to solve some of the problems created by this progress, 
we must look at the humanistic side of technology. The impact of technology on environ- 
ment and the growth of concern for the degradation of our world, both physical and social, 
have brought home to all of us that the learning of facts without values can no longer be 
acceptable. In the past, profit and promotion have usually been the basic motives in 
technological changes, but now the dismal consequences of this materialistic approach are 
visible to all. Today steps are being taken to clean up our air and water supplies . Our 
country's great woodlands are being set aside as national parks and sources of pollution are 
now being controlled . 

As we leave McCann to start lives for ourselves we have an obligation to our parents, our 
school, our fellowmen and to ourselves. It is to strive continuously to make life better. 

As the class of 1972 of McCann Technical School let us earnestly resolve to remember the 
instructional guidance of our teachers, be constantly aware of the means we use to reach our 
goals, to try honestly to solve the pr ob 1 em s of our society, and to keep before us the 
humanistic side of technology by considering the values we have learned in school. Fellow 
graduates, good luck and farewell. 



ALFRED I. BREWER 



ROBERT J. ALLARD 

"Bull" 
390 Walker Street 
North Adams 

Sportsmen's Club 2; Gymnas- 
tics 2; Fly Tying 2; Intramu- 
ral Sports 2 

WAYNE ANDREATTA 

"Wayne " 
281 Notch Road 
North Adams 
New Drivers 2 

JOHN H. ARIGONI 

"John" 
20 Melrose Street 
Adams 

Sportsmen's Club 2; New 
Drivers 2 

PAUL J . ARMATA 

"Zombi" 
2 Summit Street 
Adams 

Sportsmen's Club 2 

CRAIG P. BALDESSARINI 

"Balls" 
35 Lyman Street 
North Adams 

Glee Club 2,3; Fly Tying 2 

CJRENA A . BEALS 

"Sabrina " 
185 Prospect Street 
North Adams 

DEC A Club Treasurer 3; Glee 
Club 3; Yearbook 3,4; Co-Op 
A&P4; Class Rep 3 



BRUCE C . BELANGER 

"Plunger" 
45 Bracewell Avenue 
North A Hams 

Weight Lifting Club 2; Sci- 
ence Club Is Class Treasurer 
4; Student Council Rep 2,3,4; 
Sears, Roebuck and Company 
Essay Award 2 



MARK BELANGER 

"Mark" 
45 Bracewell Avenue 
North Adams 

JOHN BLAIR 

"John" 
West Road 
Clarksburg 
Glider Club 4 



RICHARD P. BONA 

"Boner" 
Millard Avenue 
Clarksburg 

Sportsmen's Club 1,2; School 
Newspaper 2; Glee Club 1; 
Health Career Day 4 

JOHN P. J. BOUCHER 

"John" 
45 Wells Avenue 
North Adams 
Jr-Sr Prom Committee 3; 
Class Rep 2,3 

PATRICK A . BRADY 

"Pat" 
282 Church Street 
North Adams 
School Newspaper 3; New 
Sound 2 



MICHAEL C. BRAGDON 

"Stick" 
33 Summer Street 
Adams 

Weight Lifting Club 4; Ski 
Club 2; Varsity Football 1,2, 
3; JV Basketball 1,2,3; Class 
Kep 3; Student Council Rep 
3,4; Intramural Sports 3; AIDD 
Drafting Contest Award 3 

RICHARD J. BRAYMAN 

"Bra" 
Central Shaft Road 
North Adams 
Sportsmen's Club 2; Glee 
Club 3,4; Winter Carnival 
Committee 3; Class Rep 2,3 



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PETER M. BRAZEAU 

"Suzuki " 
Harwood Street 
Williamstown 
School Newspaper 4 



ALFRED J . BREWER 

"Fred" 
144 Lindley Terrace 
Williamstown 

Sportsmen's Club 4; Weight 
Lifting Club 2; Varsity Foot- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Vice President 
4; Treasurer 2; Student Coun- 
cil Rep 2; Boy State Delegate 
3; Honor Society 3,4 * 

RONALD J . BRODALSKI 

"Ron" 
2 Marshall Avenue 
Adams 

New Drivers 2 



DEBRA J . BRULE' 

'Brule" 
River Road 
Clarksburg 

School Newspaper 3; Editor 
4; Yearbook 4; Glee Club 4; 
Intramural Sports 4; Jr-Sr 
Prom Committee 3; Winter 
Carnival 3; Girl State Dele- 
gate 3; DAR Award 4; Tele- 
phone Employee for a Day 4; 
Health Career Day 4; Work 
Study Clarksburg School 3,4 



RONALD S. BRYANT 

"Dicker" 
123 Beaver Street 
North Adams 

DECA Club 3,4; Snowmobile 
Club Is Yearbook 3; Winter 
Carnival 4; Student Council 
Rep 3; Student Council Vice 
President 4; Merchandise Math 
Award 4; Newspaper Ad Lay- 
out Award 4 



LAWRENCE A. BURDICK 

"Larry" 
387 Massachusetts Avenue 
North Adams 

Fly Tying 2; Class Rep 2,3 

WILLIAM A. CARDINAL 

"Bird" 
West Road 
Adams 

DAVID N. CHARON 

"Dave" 
Green River Road 
Williamstown 

Snowmobile Club 3; Varsity 
Football 1,2.3 

ANTHONY M. CORSI 

"Big Nose" 
74 Frederick Street 
North Adams 

Sportsmen's Club 2; Weight 
Lifting Club 4; School News- 
paper 4; Glider Club 4; In- 
tramural Sports 4; Jr-Sr Prom 
Committee 3 



RICHARD J . CYRULIK 

"Soupy" 
22 Meadow Street 
Adams 

Gymnastics 2,4; Class Rep 3 

ALDEN S. DANIELS 
"Al" 

28 1/2 Jackson Street 
North Adams 



DANIEL E . DARLING 

"Doughboy " 
277 Beaver Street 
North Adams 

Gymnastics 2,4; Intramural 

Sports 4 



DONNA M. DEAN 

"Dormer" 
85 West Main Street 
North Adams 
Glee Club 4; Yearbook 4; 
Work Study McCann School 
4; Intramural Sports 3; Cheer- 
leader 4; Winter Carnival 3 



PETER DICKINSON. 

"Pete " 
140 North Street 
North Adams 
Fly Tying 1 

DENNIS S. DOST IE 

"Dots" 
34 Whittlesley Avenue 
North Adams 

Gymnastics 4; Weight Lifting 
3; School Newspaper 3,4; 
Glider Club 4; Varsity Foot- 
ball 2,3,4; Intramural Sports 
4; Jr-Sr Prom Committee 3; 
Winter Carnival 3; President 
4; Class Rep 2,3; Student 
Council Rep 3 



ROBERT A . DOW 

"Rabbit" 
North Hoosac Road 
Williamstown 
Gymnastics 4 

LAWRENCE S . DUPUIS 

"Preacher" 
73 Furnace Street 
North Adams 

Intramural Sports 3; Honor 
Society 3,4; Yearbook 4 

BRUCE DUXBURY 

"Dux" 
180 Bracewell Avenue 
North Adams 



FREDERICK C . EDWARDS 

"Freddy" 
16 Forest Park Avenue 
Adams 

Chess Club 2,3 

JOHN M. EMERY 

"Astro" 
38 Bryant Street 
North Adams 

CHARLES I. FOIST 
"Charlie Brown" 
Stratton Road 
Williamstown 

New Sound 1; JV Basketball 1; 
Baseball Manager 2; Statisti- 
cian 2 



MICHAEL J. GALLESE 

"Goose " 
273 Houghton Street 
North Adams 
DECA 3,4; Co-Op Giant 
Store 4 

MICHAEL J. GAUDETTE 

"Fool " 
119 Beaver Street 
North Adams 

School Newspaper 4; Yearbook 
4; Varsity ifeaseball 4; Varsity 
Football 4; Intramural Sports 4 

MICHELLE ANNE GENTES 

"Michelle " 
4 Montgomery Street 
North Adams 

Class Rep 3,4; Student Coun- 
cil Rep 3,4 

JOHN L. GORMAN 

"Gomez" 
103 Liberty Street 
North Adams 

Glee Club 1,2,3; New Sound 
2; Class Rep 2.3 



JOSEPH P. HABEL 

"Hable" 
4 Fortin Avenue : 
North Adams 
Weight Lifting 2; Varsity 
Baseball 1; Varsity Football 
1,4; Varsity Basketball 3; JV 
Basketball 1,2; Intramural 
Sports 4; Jr-Sr Prom Committee 
3; Class Rep 2,3 



WILLIAM F. HAKES 

"Billy" 
27 Grove Street 
Adams 

Gymnastics 2; Varsity Base- 
ball 1; Varsity Basketball 3, 
4; JV Basketball 2,3; Class 
Rep 3; Student Council Rep 4 



RICHARD S. HAZARD 

"Wally" 
15 Elm Street 
Williamstown 

Weight Lifting Club 2; Varsity 
Football 4; Varsity Basketball 
4; JV Basketball 1,2; Intra- 
mural Sports 3,4; Jr-Sr Prom 
Committee 3 



DONNA MAE ISHERWOOD 
"Dee - Dee" 

North Hoosac Road 
Williamstown 
Yearbook 4; Cheerleader 
2,3,4; Jr-Sr Prom Committee 
3; Secretary 2,4; Student 
Council Rep 3,4; Girl State 
Alternate 3 



MICHAEL J . JENNINGS 

"Chink" 
Pine Valley Trailer Park 



BRIAN J. JOZEFIAK 

"Polish" 
12 Forest Park Avenue 
Adams 

Ski Club 2; Glee Club 4; 
Yearbook 4 



WILLIAM M. KIRBY 

"Bill" 
Harwood Street 
Williamstown 

Snowmobile Club 2; Glider 
Club 4 



MATTHEW P. KRZEMINSKI 

"Grem" 
74 Lime Street 
Adams 

Sportsmen's Club 1; New 
Drivers 2 



MICHAEL A. KUZIA 

"Kuz" 
Horrigan Road 
Clarksburg 

Sportsmen's Club 2; Work 
Study McCann School 4 



MICHAEL P. LAIRD 

"Mike " 
River Road 
Hoosac Tunnel 
Chess 1 , 2 



WILLIAM E. LAPENE 

"Bill" 
7 Isbell Street 
North Adams 

Weight Lifting Club 3; Glider 
Club 4 



GERALD P. LEMOINE 

"Jerry" 
11 Country Club Avenue 
Adams 

Sportsmen's Club 2; Gymnas- 
tics 4; Weight Lifting Club 
4; School Newspaper 4; In- 
tramural Sports 3,4; AIDD 
Drafting Contest Award 3,4 



ELIZABETH J. LEPAGE 

"Liz " 
48 Bridges Road 
Williamstown 
Glee Club 4; Yearbook 4; 
New Sound 2; Intramural Sports 
3; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Jr-Sr 
Prom Committee 3; Class Rep 
2 



DONALD A. LESURE 

"Don" 
91 Cliff Street 
North Adams 

Gymnastics 4; Chess Club 3 



RALPH J. LESURE 

"Butch" 
91 Cliff Street 
North Adams 

Chess Club 2,3; New Drivers 2 



BEVERLY M. LOUISON 
"Bev " 

372 West Main Street 
North Adams 

School Newspaper 3; Glee 
Club 4; Yearbook 4; Intramu- 
ral Sports 3,4; Cheerleader 
3; Jr-Sr Prom Committee 3; 
Winter Carnival Committee 
3; Secretary 3; Work Study 




CARY M. MARONI 

"Cary" 
72 Winter Street 
North Adams 

Sportsmen's Club 3; Varsity 
Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 
Manager 1; Intramural Sports 
3,4; Honor Society 3,4; Boy 
State Alternate 3 

CHRISTINE A. MARTIN 

"Chris" 
178 Chantilly Avenue 
North Adams 

School Newspaper 3; Cheer- 
leader 3; Jr-Sr Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Winter Carnival 
Committee 3; Treasurer 3; 
Co-op First Agricultural 
National Bank 4 

JOHN H. MARTIN 

"John" 
386 West Main Street 
North Adams 
Chess Club 2 

THOMAS H. MARTIN 

"Snoopy" 
Montgomery Avenue 
North Adams 
New Sound 2 

JAMES R. MILLIS, JR. 

"Jim " 
4 Miner Street 
North Adams 
Sportsmen's Club 2; JV 
Basketball 1,2; Intramural 
Sports 3 

THOMAS E. MORAN, JR. 

"Bomber" 
Welch Road 
Clarksburg 

School Newspaper 3; Glee 
Club 4; New Sound 2; Jr- 
Sr Prom Committee 3; Honor 

Society 4 



ROBERT J . O'NEIL 

"Onie " 
1706 Curran Highway 
North Adams 
Sportsmen's Club 2 

EDWARD J. OSTROWSKI, JR. 

"Butch" 
24 Albert Street 
Adams 

Gymnastics 4; Weight Lifting 
2; Intramural Sports 2,4; Stu- 
dent Council 4 

PETER M. PACIOREK 
"Pete " 

37 Upton Street 
Adams 

Gymnastics 4; New Drivers 
2; Varsity Football 4; JV 
Basketball 2; Intramural 
Sports 3,4; Honor Society 4 

GREGORY J . PAQUIN 

"Greg" 
55 Harris Street 
North Adams 

DECA Club 3, President 4; 
Glider Club 4; Co-op A&P 4 

STEVEN B. PERRY 

; 'Steve" 
River Road 
Clarksburg 

BRUCE A . PHILLIPS 

"Pat Paulsen" 
31 Veazie Street 
North Adams 

Science Club 2,3; Intramural 
Sports 4 

BERNARD RADLOWSKI 

"Bernie " 
West Road 
Adams 
Glee Club 2 



EDWARD N. RADLOWSKI 

"Ed" 
West Road 
Adams 

Weight Lifting C 

MARK R. RE MILLARD 

"Mark" 
49 Central Avenue 
North Adams 
Science Club 2 



MICHAEL N . RONDEAU 

"Einstein" 
36 Mill Street 
North Adams 

Sportsmen's Club 2; Glider 
Club 4; Student Council 2,3, 
4; Honor Society 3,4 



KENNETH W. RYSZ 

"Ken" 
9 Crotteau Street 
Adams 

Gymnastics 2 

MARK C. SANTELLI 

"Wap " 
71 Montana Street 
North Adams 
Sportsmen's Club 1,2,3; 
Weight Lifting 2,3; Intramural 
Sports 1 , 2 , 3 , 4; Jr- Sr Prom 
Committee 3; Winter Carnival 
3,4; President 2,3; Class Rep 
1.4 

STEVEN E. SHEARS 
"Steve" 

Lanesboro Road 
Cheshire 

Gymnastics 4; School Newspa- 
per 3; Glee Club 4; Yearbook 
4; Intramural Sports 3,4; Win- 
ter Carnival 3 



KEITH J. SHEPLEY 

"Keith" 
432 Church Street 
North Adams 

Ski Club 2; Intramural Sports 
3,4; Class Rep 3,4; Honor 
Society 4 



RONALD F. SKORUPSKI 

"Scrub" 
65 Melrose Street 
Adams 



JAMES R. SLATER 

"Jimo" 
664 Reservoir Road 
North Adams 

Gymnastics 2,4; Jr-Sr Prom 
Committee 3 



PAUL SNYDER 

"Green Jeans 
East Road 
Adams 
Sportsmen's Club 3; Glee 
Club 3; Varsity Basketball 
3; Varsity Football 3; Christ- 
mas Ball 4; Student Council 
4; Class Rep 3 

ROBERT A . SPOFFORD 

"Spof" 
River Road 
Clarksburg 
Sportsmen's Club 2 

DEBRA J . SPOONER 

"Spoon" 
24 School Street 
North Adams 

School Newspaper 3; Glee 
Club 4; Yearbook 4; Intramu- 
ral Sports 3,4; Jr-Sr Prom 
Committee 3; Winter Carni- 
val 3; Vice President 3; Stu- 
dent Council 3,4; Betty 
Crocker Award 4; Health 
Career Day 4 



JAMES R. SWEENEY 

"Sweens " 
Halls Ground 
Clarksburg 

Snowmobile Club 1,2 

THEODORE TATRO 

"Tate " 
285 Walker Street 
North Adams 

Sportsmen's Club 2,4; Fly 
Tying Club 2; Glider Club 4 

ALLAN A. TETREAULT 

"Al" 
5 Frederick Lane 
Adams 

Weight Lifting 2; Class Rep 
3; Honor Society 4 

WAYNE A. TOWER 

"Bowser" 
Main Road 
Monroe 

Sportsmen's Club 2; Class 
Rep 3 

GERALD S. WALSH 

"Turkey" 
194 Notch Road 
North Adams 

Weight Lifting Club 2; Glee 
Club 1; Student Council 2 

RICHARD W. WILK 

"Dirtmouth" 
655 West Shaft Road 
North Adams 
Gymnastics 4 

THOMAS M. WILK 

"Tommy" 
9 Grant Street 
Adams 

Gymnastics 2; Varsity Base- 
ball 3,4; Varsity Football 3, 
4; Varsity Basketball 4; J.V. 
Basketball 3; Intramural 
Sports 3,4; Telephone Em- 
ployee for a Day 4 



LAI HUNG YIP 
"Lee " 

21 North Church Street 
North Adams 

RICHARD A . ZIEBA 

"Wana Wana" 
28 Grove Street 
Adams 

School Newspaper 4 



ANTHONY J. ZOITO, JR. 

"Tony" 
33 Forest Street 
North Adams 

Sportsmen's Club 3; Gymnas- 
tics 4; JV Basketball 1 



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BEST WISHES TO THE 
CLASS OF 1 972 




McCANN FACULTY ASSOCIATION 




CONGRATULATIONS 

. . . and the best of luck! We at Loring are proud 
of the part we have had in helping to make 
your classbook a permanent reminder of your 
school years, recording with photographs one of the 
happiest and most exciting times of your life! We 
hope that, just as you have chosen us as your 
class photographer, you will continue to think of 
Loring Studios when you want photographs to help 
you remember other momentous days to come! 
When you choose Loring portraits, you are sure of 
the finest craftsmanship at the most 
moderate prices! 

LORING STUDIOS 



New England's fl Leading Portrait and Yearbook Photographers 



Compliments of 




Since 1917, your family market. 



Shop 

A.C. SIMMONS FURNITURE 

Large Selection 

*Early American and Mediterranean 
*Sealy Mattresses 
*Biglow and Viking Carpets 
*Kroehler Living Rooms 
*Lane Bedrooms 

71 Park Street Adams 


W.R. GRACE & CO. 

POLYFIBRON DIVISION 
Adams, Mass. 


LP's and Tapes at Discount Prices 
Largest Selection of 45's in 
Northern Berkshire 

Music Accessories - Strings - 
Straps - Diamond Needles 

LILLY'S MUSIC HOUSE, INC. 

59 Main St. North Adams, Mass. 


Compliments of 

LAMB'S STATIONERY STORE 
AND 
THE BOOK END 

Tel. 663-5351 


Compliments of 

GAZZANIGA'S WALLPAPER 
& PAINT STORE 

Berkshire Plaza 
North Adams, Mass. 


Compliments of 

MOHAWK MOTORS, INC. 

Main and Marshall Sts. 
North Adams, Mass. 


Good Luck 
Class of 1972 

GORDON & SUTTON, INC. 


Compliments of your HONDA Dealer 

A. SHAPIRO STEEL CORP. 

445 Ashland St. 
North Adams, Mass. 01247 
Tel. 663-5337 



Private - Municipal - Industrial - 
Utility Contractors 
Hydro -Seeding, Sodding, Mulching, and 
Selective Clearing 


Compliments of 

BERNARD BEAUTY 


MCCARTHY'S 


SUPPLY CO. 


Tree Landscaping and Spraying Service 
Goodrich St. 26 Clark St. 
North Adams, Mass. Greenfield, Mass. 
664-9391 772-6143 


1 8 Edward Avenue Adams, Mass. 


BERNAT SHOE SHOP 


Good Luck 

Class of 1972 


60 Summer St. Adams 




Hush Puppies 
Chippewa Work Shoes 
Men's and Boys' New Shoes 


SAVOY VOLUNTEER 
FIRE DEPARTMENT 



PATRONS 



Mayor Joseph R. Bianco 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Spooner 

Rev. Raphael A. Posco 

Rev. Arthur Meskell 

O. E. Booth, Jeweler 

Buster's Service Station 

Standard Furniture Co. 

Groves & Co. 

Dex Moore Firestone 

The Pepper Tree 

Mr. Joe Lord 

Duquette's Driving School 

J. Zepka and Sons, Florists 

Central Auto, Inc. 

Kronick Insurance Agency 

J. J. Newberry Co. 

Gallup-Dickey Insurance 

Schiff Clothing, Inc. 



Gagliardi's, Inc. 

Rosasco's Travel Agency, Inc. 

Roberts -Sabin Insurance Agency 

J. C. Penney Co. 

Eagle Vacuum Center 

Feder Furniture Company 

Transcript Publishing Assoc. 

Hoosac Valley Coal & Grain Co. , Inc. 

Adams, Auto Co., Inc. 

M. Salvatore Sons 

Puppolo Appliance Co. 

Adams Laundry & Drycleaning Co. , Inc. 
Berkshire Screw Machine Products, Inc, 
Jack's Army & Navy Store 
The Elder Printing Co. 
Old StoneMill Corp. 
Wein's Shoe Store 
The Curtain Shop 
Miss Theresa Bellini 



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NORTH ADAiiiS, 



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